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Senate Employment

The Placement Office assists Senators and Senate Committees with filling entry-level through professional staff vacancies by providing, upon request, resumes of qualified candidates.  The Office is nonpartisan and funded by the United States Senate.

To become registered in the resume bank applicants are requested to complete the Senate Employment Application Form and walk-in informational  interview process.  Please consult the Placement Brochure for information regarding this service.  The Placement Office also publishes a weekly Senate Employment Bulletin as a resource for Senate offices wishing to advertise staff vacancies.

Each Senate office is an independent employer and  responsible for candidate screening, interviewing  and selection, as well as job requirements, compensation, and conditions of employment.  The Placement Office does not possess hiring authority, nor does it control salaries or job requirements.

The United States Senate is an equal opportunity employer.


 

 
  

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